October 23, 2019
How To Incorporate Exercise Into Your Everyday Life
Whether you have a full-time job or you are a full-time student, incorporating an exercise routine into your day can seem impossible. There are so many other ways to get moving when you know you are not making it to the gym. Here are three easy ways to get active during a busy week!
Walk! Walking is so underrated and is so good for you. Park further away from your office or classroom to get those extra steps.
Take the stairs. Is your office... Read More
October 8, 2019
NAME: JEREMY BATTEN
ROLE AT UNH: STUDENT
What does health mean to you?
To me, health means living a good lifestyle. I think that having a good lifestyle means eating healthy. Eating healthy is a big part of your life and I think people should focus on it more.
What do you do to make a healthy UNH?
To make a healthy UNH, I encourage my friends to eat healthy at the dining halls. There are so many healthy options provided by the dining halls it's just a matter of you... Read More
October 8, 2019
Tips To Avoid Feeling Sluggish At Work
Did you know that sitting at your desk all day long can have similar negative effects compared to someone who smokes cigarettes? It’s easy to underestimate the impact of sitting all day because most Americans do it, and it’s considered the norm. However, according to Time Magazine, “nearly one in four Amerian adults sit for at least eight hours a day.” This was discovered through a study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in... Read More
October 8, 2019
We’ve all heard the adage “breakfast is the most important meal of the day.”
But is it really?
Multiple studies in recent years indicate that eating breakfast is correlated with:
Performing Better on Tests
Metabolizing Carbohydrates More Efficiently
More Stable BMI
Less Occurrence of Depression
Better Overall Cognitive Function
So, it seems that eating breakfast is important. But most important? That’s still up for debate.
Need some ideas for healthy breakfast ideas on campus? Try a... Read More
July 2, 2019
Farmers Markets & CSAs in New Hampshire
New England is known for its variety of fruits and vegetables, especially in the summer season. There’s nothing better than tasting fresh corn or tomatoes off the vine.
So when you’re in the mood for eating fresh and local, head to a local farmers market. This listing in New Hampshire Magazine can help you find one nearby.
Another option for farm fresh veggies is through a CSA. CSA is short for "community supported agriculture." When you join a CSA,... Read More
June 3, 2019
Why You Should Wear Sunscreen
As the hot summer months are quickly approaching, it’s important to remember to apply sunscreen. Sunscreen decreases your risk of skin cancer, protects your skin from early aging, and keeps sunburns away.
According to the American Academy of Dermatology, everyone should be wearing sunscreen because it helps protect your skin from harmful ultraviolet rays. The sun is powerful, and no matter who you are, anyone is susceptible to skin cancer.
Choosing sunscreen can be... Read More
April 30, 2019
A Revolutionary Workout Technique
One day in the mid 90’s in Colombia, a fitness instructor known as Alberto “Beto” Perez was teaching a workout class. Before it began, he realized that he forgot to bring his usual workout mixtape with him. Knowing that he needed some type of music, he decided to grab some Latin albums from his car. When he put the CD’s in the CD player, he told people in his class to just follow his movement as usual. When Salsa, Rumba, and Merengue music came on, he started... Read More
April 22, 2019
Find Out Easy Ways To Utilize Public Health Right On Campus
Public health is a way of preventing people from becoming sick by promoting and protecting the health of people and the communities in which they live. Opportunities to practice public health surround us at all times and making the choice to utilize these resources can benefit not only yourself, but everyone around you.
There are many ways to practice public health at UNH including:
Using Public Transportation, Walking or Biking ... Read More
April 9, 2019
Why Students Are Facing Psychological Problems
Young adults, especially college students (aged 18-24), are the most common group of people to struggle from psychological health issues. Anxiety and depression are most common.
Psychological health issues have always been prelevant in our society, but since approximately a decade or so ago, there has been a significant increase in numbers.
Students have to balance many parts of their life - academics, athletics, work, relationships - to ensure... Read More
April 2, 2019
How To Explore & Get Off Campus
Are you interested in getting off of campus and exploring the outdoors with other UNH students? If so, then checkout the programs offered by the Hamel Recreation Center.
During the weekdays and the weekends, Hamel Rec offers a variety of programs for students to take advantage of. Whether you’re interested in Surfing, Water Tours, Backpacking/ Overnights, Full Day Hikes, Ice Climbing, Rock Climbing, or Telemark Skiing, Hamel Rec offers nearly any adventure... Read More